• jInternship Shaarei Bina

    The Shaarei Bina jInternship program enables Brazilian women to grow and strengthen their Jewish knowledge, theoretical and practical, while developing professionally via a professional internship.

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    jInternship is an innovative program that provides highly motivated and talented Jewish university students and recent graduates the opportunity to come to Jerusalem for an intensive educational and professional framework. Students receive inspiring and empowering classes on Judaism, and are placed in high-caliber internships with Jerusalem-based companies and organizations in a variety of different fields. Participants are taken on short touring trips to experience Jerusalem and Israel, and increase their connection to the country, culture and religion. jInternship’s aim is to engage today’s Jewish college students in a meaningful way and deepen their connections to Israeli and Jewish communities and organizations.

    All programs offer quality internships. There are over 800 internships in nearly every industry. Check out our website jInternship.com.

    Important Information

    Dates
    Dec 18, 2018 – February 4, 2019

    Cost Includes
    Housing, 3 meals a day, transportation within the city, insurance, trips.

    Accommodations
    Comfortable apartments in a quiet, well located in the Ramot neighborhood of Jerusalem, easy access to public transportation.

    Cost

    $1000 including flight

    Acceptance Criteria

    This program is open to young adults from Brazil with an interest in developing their Jewish identity  while working at a quality internship

    * Between 19-27 years old (or at least one full year post-high school at the start of the program)

    * Who have NOT spent 3 or more months in Israel as part of an educational or peer-program (this includes semester abroad, gap year or any other MASA or Onward Israel program)

    For More Information

    Contact Natasha, sbinadaat@gmail.com

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